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Work On Anambra International Airport City Project Enters Second Stage (Photo)

Work has entered second stage at the Anambra International Airport City Project, Ivite-Umueri, Anambra East Local government Area of the State.
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Orient Petroleum Resources, Engr. Sunny Okoye revealed this while briefing the Press on the extent of the work so far at the project site.

Engr. Okoye during the briefing displayed the structural designs of how the airport will look like after completion and expressed strong conviction that the company handling the project – Sino King is capable and will deliver the project within the three years time frame.

The Orient Petroleum Resources boss, also stated that the Airport City Project has been fully licensed by the Federal Government of Nigeria.

Contributing, the Special Assistant to the Governor on Project Monitoring, Engr. Emeka Okoye stressed that the Airport City Project is going to be the biggest project and legacy the Government of Governor Willie Obiano will deliver to Ndi Anambra.

Mr. Okoye who restated that the project will not cost Ndi Anambra anything, however said that contrary to opinions of the less informed that the Airport is going to be handed over to the Federal Government through Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), explained that that the duties of FAAN is to ensure that airports have necessary safety measures for airplanes and not claiming its ownership.

On his part, the Project Manager of Sino King, Mr. Yu assured Ndi Anambra that the Airport city Project will be ready in three years, as well as within budget.

Present at the Press Briefing included, Executive Director, ANSIPPA, Dr. Amaobi Ifediorah, among others.

Work On Anambra International Airport City Project Enters Second Stage (Photo).

Posted by on November 14, 2017.


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